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Even More Parts Paperback – April 5, 2007
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This third book in the series appears it has gotten to the stage where they are trying to "milk dollars out of the franchise". The style change is a unpleasant surprise and now it is simple one line idiom's which the child audience does not find entertaining. This is not a book I can read to my 4 year old at bedtime since there is only one sentence per page. While some people may find the idiom's interesting, because it is a different style I think they should not have been misleading and included it in the "Parts Franchise" that kids have come to expect as a good read for bedtime.
I feel like I wasted my $12 on this one...I wish I had looked at it at the bookstore instead of relying on the Parts franchise name and buying it sight unseen on Amazon.
- JC / San Jose, CA
These are great books to help children to understand sayings that we often take for granted. Be aware, however, if you have a young child, that we use sayings that could be translated in a rather gruesome way. For example, think about the saying, "I'm laughing my head off!" Does your head really fall off? What if it did? What if your child thought that was what was really meant? Be prepared to help your child understand what is really meant by sayings that you use but have never really thought about before. "Keep an open mind," don't "let your mind wander," and, whatever you do, make sure you never "Lose your marbles" - and you will thoroughly enjoy this trip down idiom lane. :-D
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the words are very little!!!! too hard for kids grandparents to read.Published 10 months ago by Aminda Modrell